PZ raises an excellent point about the hysteria being shown by Dembski and others regarding the "Evolutionary Informatics Lab" that Robert Marks was trying to host at Baylor. The Lab, you will remember, does not actually exist in any material sense – it is merely a webpage (currently here) which features the work of three individuals: Marks (at Baylor), Tomas English (with no affiliation), and William Basener (at Rochester Institute of Technology). There is no physical lab and never was. It’s a webpage that can be hosted anywhere (even the Discovery Institute). Marks and Dembski should have know that hosting on Baylor webspace would have caused a hue and cry. They could have avoided it by hosting the "lab" elsewhere. But they didn’t. I guess the propaganda value of crying "unfair" is too great for common sense to be applied.
Dembski is now exhorting the minions at Uncommon Descent to write to the Baylor Board of Regents about "this gross violation of academic freedom." He should remember how well the last letter campaign by his supporters (in support of Guillermo Gonzalez) went.